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: paul jennings and the madisons." it's about 45 minutes. >> good afternoon. first i am a first time author, and i'm thrilled to be here. [applause] this was a true labor of love. i researched my topic for three years and spent a year-plus writing it. it is hummabling and gratifying to see it so well received, and to be following walter isakson, robert caro, and tony. [applause] i came to develop a strong interest in paul jennings when i was director of education at james madison's month peelier in virginia. i was familiar with jennings' memoir considered by the white house historical association to be the first memoir of life in the white house. it was titled "a colored man's rem innocences of james madison," and as the title implies, it's really more about the so-called great man than it was about the author himself. my interest was in paul jennings. i set out to discover elements of his own biography to uncover the circumstances behind the original publication of the memoir in 1865 and to find an interview living direct descendents. a slave in the white house, paul jennings and th
was married to peter jennings and the late ambassador peter holbrook and now she's written a memoir about her own amazing life. we hear about her after this. >>> as a mother of a young child, i'm always looking for something fun and educational to do together. nature spot quest is our spot. opened in march 2011 with more than 7,000 square feet of interactive educational things to do and see, the exhibit has the feel of a playground and the educational tools of classroom. every nook and cranny offers children a new adventure. unlike traditional museums, at naturequest children are challenged from self-discovery to explore and be curious in a hands-on environment just like real scientists. with over 100 interactive encounters to choose from, a few of my son's favorites include the clubhouse build in the trees and human fossils and the simulating river that seems to be swimming when they step on it. >> naturequest is this amazingly fun world that's scientifically lis tick. you can explore from the oceans and top of the mountains and everywhere you look there's something to do, something to find.
, jen, let's start talking about, giving those parameters, what happens, what are the dynamics that happens in that military family, and what do we need to begin to look out for? um, it's a very isolating feeling, for not only for the service member but also for the family. and, and, in my case, i'm not only a veteran but my brother is also a veteran. so, i got to be on both ends of the spectrum. and, also i'm married now, and my husband was not with me when i deployed-we were just friends. but, he is actually getting to feel the repercussions of my deployment even though we weren't together when i was overseas. so, um, the span is huge, you know, it goes not only from the people who you are with and a part of your life then but is the aftermath and the people who are with you years later. so, we not to forget about that as well. um, for me, when i was deployed, you know, the being taken away from the family aspect, and it being another part of my life was, like i said, isolating. very, very isolating-you feel kinda, very lost, but you have your military family to fall back on.
and cheryl jennings are on assignment. >>> san francisco police investigating a bizarre birth today. the mother and infant are hospitalized the baby might not have survived if not for police officers who worked quickly to save his life. amy hollyfield is live at the bay view police stakes with more. >> reporter: police are -- are excited today. they say it warms their heart that two of their officers worked hard this morning and had a fantastic outcome, they are calling it a miracle. they are not taking all the credit. they say there's a few other people that played a role in this morning's miracle. the fact that the homeless shelter inside the baptist church was open 2:00 this morning may have saved a baby's life. it started when a staff member her the front door buzzer >> there was a lady at the door covered in blood. she said she wanted to come in. we didn't know -- we didn't know her she didn't have anything with her. he went to let his supervisor know. >> reporter: when he came back she was gone but returned with a newborn in her arms. >> she was a little hysterical. she said s
america anchor and former traveling press secretary for the obama campaign jen socky. this is the speed of the fiscal cliff negotiations. blink and you just might miss exactly nothing. while talks between speaker boehner and president obama over the past three days have been shrouded in secrecy, we've learned there have been two offers put on the table. the white house sent boehner a proposal on monday calling for $1.4 trillion in tax revenue, $200 billion less than the original offer. might that seal the deal? >> the president's called for $1.4 trillion worth of revenue. that cannot pass the house or the senate. >> okay then. the speaker's office responded with a deal of its own. yesterday it included precisely the same amount of revenue from the original proposal, $800 billion, which indicates there may have been concessions else where. a democratic source close to the white house tells nbc news the proposal included a permanent extension of the bush tax cuts. that is highly unlikely to fly, given the hard line the president has taken on tax rates and what he told barbara walters in a
are set up at three locations. right now cheryl jennings and kristen sze are in san francisco with more. >> hi eric, good morning. >> hi eric. we are here at union square having so much fun we've raised $1500 so far people are bringing groceries, money, there are seven ways for to you give. >> one is text, i did it this morning. type the number 80077 and the word feed and it is a $10 donation. you can do it too. >> fan out more on abc7news.com. we'll -- we'll be back to tell you more. >>> good morning. we are live from walnut creek festive atmosphere. if case you don't where we are broadway plaza look for the giant christmas tree. we've been here live since 4:30 this morning trying to raise awareness about hunger in the bay area. i know you want to give money or food. we've got goodies to give you this stuff from the food bank contra costa and solano county we have games for kids to play and our deejay. if that's not enough, abc7 is going to give away a few things, we are going to raffle off several prizes, we have three pairs of tickets to the san francisco ballet. if you donate $25 we
. >>> and the big reveal. gold medal winning volleyball player kerry walsh jennings surprised the world when she announced she's pregnant during the london olympics. her and her husband are about to find out if they're having a boy or girl live right here on "today" monday, december 24th, 2012. >>> from nbc news this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on this monday morning, christmas eve. i'm natalie morales. >> i'm willie geist. matt and savannah have the day off. the treat is lit up. we couldn't resist coming out and spending time with all these people that came out on a chilly morning. >> that's right. a the lot of folks, of course, traveling these holidays as we've heard. unfortunately, there are storms out west and also down in the south that give travelers a cause for concern. we'll go live to the nation's busiest airport and get a first look. >>> congress is taking a break here and they have that fiscal cliff deadline looming and gun control. two high-ranking senators saying over the weekend
cuba and we're all -- peter jennings, ted koppel, we have had well over 100 news people down there to cover the event. i got a call one night, cokie roberts and some of the other people from the desk in your thing we've got this investigation we've got going on that looks like it's going to break. there's this young intern who told her close friend that she had a relationship, inappropriate relationship with the president. i said that's ridiculous. that can't be right. we had no reasonably just telling the truth, that a friend is some truth so forget it. i went back into then and in about an hour they said we just confirmed janet reno, the attorney general, has officially expanded the investigation into the whitewater, remember the whitewater issues involving clinton with financial questions. officially expanded the investigation to include obstruction of justice charges against the president relating to this young woman. at that point we are often running. when that happens you can't ignore. we scurried around to make sure we had the story right, and later that night broke t
we are doing for our mental health. jen, i want to go back to give an hour. talk a little about that program and what it tries to do. sure, give an hour is a national nonprofit and we provide free mental health care to post 911 veterans, their families, and the communities. so, it's anybody who's been impacted by the current conflicts overseas. what happens is that they can come to our website and they search our provider data base and they can find somebody who's willing to donate therapy to them. so, i mean, we have psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, r.n.s, l.p.n.s, we have a whole entire gamut of people who are willing to donate their services to try to help out our military families and communities. well, that is very honorable. um, kathryn, along with that, the president has made the services to military families a priority. talk to us a little bit about what samhsa is specifically doing under the strategic initiative. part of the president's initiative included pulling together the 16 cabinet secretaries to create a report called strengthening military families.
tree there. we have a spot picked out for kristen and cheryl jennings. >> gorgeous, you can see it is not raining there now. live doppler tracking the storm hitting the bay area. meteorologist lisa argen will be back to tell us what to >>> good morning. a chilly, damp start. live doppler you can see we have showers around the bay the cold front hung up in the south bay colder air ushering in behind the system is bringing the light showers from the north bay into tiburon and richmond off the coast of the peninsula. further south wet weather from san jose to los gatos. if you are traveling no delays yet.arttv look at the eastern seaboard, the southeast from atlanta to northern florida looking kind of wet. you can see the front pushing through the rest of the bay. expect a few delays, give yourself extra time. it is going to be a chilly couple of days. >>> not going to stop the fun as we welcome folks to join us for our share your holiday food drive. >> it is in its 21st year. >> amy hollyfield is live at the beautiful union square in san francisco, all lit up. >> reporter: good mo
call rowena jen? >> yes. rowena had to leave and so i have this statement that they are back hacking up the building again. >> is there any additional public comment on this item? >> yes. good afternoon commissioners my name is elizabeth gordan and i with my co-owners own the building next door, 1630 clay street. it's a 6-unit residential building and i'm speaking on behalf of all the owners of 1630 clay street today. our building is the neighboring building most impacted bit proposed project. we have been supportive of this project conditionally since 2006. with this said, when we last testified before you on june 28th, we reported that we were in discussion with the project sponsor and architect to address our concerns. we had yet however to reach an agreement and get that into a signed document. almost six months later we're definitely further down the road, and very encouraged by the progress that has been made on the overall design. but we still have
. >>> san francisco police arrested a woman whose teenager died, she was found unconscious on jennings street. police said she only had a faint pulse and paramedics could not revive her. they did find signs of abuse at the girl's home. >>> and at the richmond san rafael toll plaza, during his trial, nathan said he shot the two because he was jealous of their relationship. he also said he had no regrets and preferred the death penalty instead of life in prison. >>> well, somebody has stolen three trees and he planted the trees in memory of his son who died after christmas. this year the third tree was broken off while he was home last weekend. >> if he would have knocked on my door i would have bought them a tree and it would not be the first time i bought somebody a christmas tree. >> he says he has been downsizing his holiday display because of increasing vandalism and he plans on stringing lights on his front porch. >>> firefighters were called to the westfield san francisco at about 8:15 last night. firefighters discovered it was coming from inside and they quickly put out the fire
, december 31st, and this is "now." chief economic correspondent for politico, ben white. jen bendry of the huffington post. partisan ranker and frustration all around, we've arrived at the fiscal cliff. the senate, which was expected to hold an up and down vote on a final bare bones budget deal last night wasn't quite able to make it happen. harry reid gave us problem or lack thereof. >> there are two sides still apart, and negotiations are continuing as i speak. there's still more before we can bring ledges laying to the floor. what else is new? can anyone save this congress from itself? turns out the new man responsible is vice president joe biden. yep. that's right. joe biden is the latest person to be called on to try to get congress out of the straight jacket they've put themselves in. the vp and senate minority leader mitch mcconnell exchanged phone calls until midnight last night and again this morning, and appeared to be zeroing in on a tax rate compromise in the region of a $450,000 to $550,000 threshold. a higher rate than the president's earlier compromise as well as an a
. i'm eric thomas in for kristen sze. >>> and i'm cheryl jennings. police released new details an hour ago. they responded to a report of a screaming woman after 3:00 this morning. amy hollyfield joins us live. >> reporter: they just told us that the man was armed but they won't say with what. check out the scene behind me. this apartment complex roped off with crime tape police think it will be most of the day. they aren't telling us much because they say they don't want to compromise their investigation. walnut creek police hurried to this complex 3:15 this morning when they heard a woman screaming in the background of a 911 call. >> they confronted one armed subject in an apartment at the complex at 1450 creek side drive. unfortunately, they were forced to shoot that individual. and that individual was pronounced deceased at 9 scene. >> reporter: police won't say what the -- the man was armed with. what he did to cause the officers to shoot or what the 911 call was about they only had this to say when asked why? >> i think it is fair to say they were concerned for their well-being.
jennings, award-winning journalist and a pioneer in children's issues and women's rights. cheryl has won emmy awards on her work for caring on aging parents and a program aimed at teenager called straight talking teens. cheryl received an emmy nomination for her 6-part series on the children of kosovo, she was selected by the league of women voters as one of the six women who could be president. ladies and gentlemen, cheryl jennings. >> i wanted to let you know that i got to see the bully movie yesterday with mr. caranza and 800 kids and melinda who was wearing her stop bullying tee shirt, so cute. it was an amazing experience and that video is in my head and the tears are in my heart for everybody that's lost a child. we're going to see a video right now that will set the tone of this panel. it will affect you. i saw it this morning so it would be appreciate in my head. you are going to meet the father who is featured in this video so i ask you to put down your electronic devices, your i pads and c phones please and pay attention to this and just be in the moment. if we can roll
, and then now jerry jennings succeeded tommy whelan who died, and served for 10 years and then quit and then he was succeeded in a primary, and that was unheard of because you never contravened the choices of the political boss in albany. he was an absolute major power who did not share his power. he ran a very tight ship, and he was the most incredible politician. james macgregor burns said, the historian, he said what we really should do is put this political machine fully as it exists right now into the smithsonian so we know what a boss a chain is all about. but after tommy whelan came into power, he changed everything. he opened up the city. it was no longer the boss mission. and jerry jennings has done the same. they run an open city and it's not at all the kind of tammany hall politics that albany was famous for. it was, you know, notable target constantly through the whole 20th century, to the '80s, target for reformers, especially republican formers -- reformers. when the governor got in power, thomas "cq weekly" to make his way to the white house on the backs of the albany politicians
'm dan ashley. >> and i'm cheryl jennings. >> and i'm cheryl jennings. >> from the entire news this is "jeopardy!" introducing today's contestants -- a refuge affairs officer from washington, d.c... ...a cond... registrar from providence, rhod ...and our returning champion, a computer technician from dublin, ohio... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! alex: thank you, johnny. ladies and gentlemen, thank you so much. and welcome. just in case you've been so busy this week with holiday activities and are just tuning us in for the first time,ek let me tell you about our champion, kris. he's turned two of his games into runaways. he has been most impressive. witness the $60,000 in winnings. so, nichole and allen, you're gonna have to perform extremely well today to replace him. but good luck to all of you. e go. the jeopardy! round is the first round of play, and these are the categories. sounds like fun. followed by... and each correct response... alex: kris, start. iran for $200.
plea to return a lap top with videos and pictures. >> cheryl jennings is moderating a fund-raiser event with kite runner author. >> it's through his foundation to build shelters for homeless afghans. there are more than five million who needs homes after being destroyed. >> the event is at harper school in san jose. there will be a time for the audience to participate. >> world news is up next. i'm carolyn johnson. >> from all of us here at abc >>> this is "world news." tonight, terror plot. the fbi arrests two men saying they planned an attack in the u.s. with explosives. pierre thomas has the latest. >>> stormy season. we learned today this was a record-breaking hurricane season. what does it say about the future of melting ice and torrential floods?
. weekend storms left a big mess forcing cancellation of classes today. good morning i'm cheryl jennings. >>> and i'm kristen sze. more rain is headed our way. >>> we start with live doppler, we are definitely in between systems. we are dealing with drier air today. clouds are starting to thin we may dry a little this time of the year the angles so low we need a dry to dry the ground which we are not going to get. nearly three inches south bay, nearly four oakland and san francisco more napa, fairfield, seven inches to nearly eight around san rafael and santa rosa that's why we are concerned about chance of rain especially north bay mountains up to 2 1/2 inch there is, inch and a half south by 3/4 of an inch for the rest of us. we'll look at our rivers and see how they are doing when we come back. >>> hundreds of children in fairfax are waiting to find out when they will be able to attend school. white hill middle took severe damage from the storm. >> reporter: good morning. cleanup crews just awried just beyond that administrators and outside -- consultants are meeting to decide their n
. good morning i'm cheryl jennings. >>> and i'm kristen sze. more rain is headed our way. >>> we start with live doppler, we are definitely in between systems. we are dealing with drier air today. clouds are starting to thin we may dry a little this time of the year the angles so low we need a dry to dry the ground which we are not going to get. nearly three inches south bay, nearly four oakland and san francisco more napa, fairfield, seven inches to nearly eight around san rafael and santa rosa that's why we are concerned about chance of rain especially north bay mountains up to 2 1/2 inch there is, inch and a half south by 3/4 of an inch for the rest of us. we'll look at our rivers and see how they are doing when we come back. >>> hundreds of children in fairfax are waiting to find out when they will be able to attend school. white hill middle took severe damage from the storm. >> reporter: good morning. cleanup crews just awried just beyond that administrators and outside -- consultants are meeting to decide their next steps, their first steps in the cleanup process exploring how to
. see you shortly. >> world news is coming up next. i'm cheryl jennings. >> from sandhya patel, all of us, we'll see you again in afl hahn hour. >>> this is "world news." tonight, royal baby. the world's most famous bride, kate middleton, is pregnant but rushed to the hospital. two days ago it was a secret, but she seemed fine, so what happened? tonight at the palace, jubilation and concern. >>> early warning. the flu has arrived. the earliest season in a decade. an alert tonight about how to
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:00 this afternoon. good morning i'm kristen sze. >>> and i'm cheryl jennings. right now along san mateo county coast one-way traffic control in effect at highway 1 devils slide. in the wake of the three storms that hit the bay area this past week, this is live picture. the crews are doing erosion control work. that closure will be in effect until 3:00 this afternoon. >>> some parts of the bay area will see continued wet weather in that shot you are not seeing rain yet. >> our meteorologist mike nicco joins us now. >>> live doppler 7 hd we have a storm north, heading up to u$at is where we are seeing the most amount of rain border with mendocino county, drop a couple hundredths of an inch of rain yellows, moderate rain moving so fast northeast 30 to 35 miles per hour it is not going to drop much rain. north bay most of the rain sea ranch to fort ross not to jenner yet, those areas have seen sporadic light rain during the morning. most rainfall enough to make the ground wet, it hasn't made it as far south as santa rosa yet. a little light rain exiting napa towards sacramento over the next hour. pretty
'm kristen sze. >>> and i'm cheryl jennings. right now along san mateo county coast one-way traffic control in effect at highway 1 devils slide. in the wake of the three storms that hit the bay area this past week, this is live picture. the crews are doing erosion control work. that closure will be in effect until 3:00 this afternoon. >>> some parts of the bay area will see continued wet weather in that shot you are not seeing rain yet. >> our meteorologist mike nicco joins us now. >>> live doppler 7 hd we have a storm north, heading up to u$at is where we are seeing the most amount of rain border with mendocino county, drop a couple hundredths of an inch of rain yellows, moderate rain moving so fast northeast 30 to 35 miles per hour it is not going to drop much rain. north bay most of the rain sea ranch to fort ross not to jenner yet, those areas have seen sporadic light rain during the morning. most rainfall enough to make the ground wet, it hasn't made it as far south as santa rosa yet. a little light rain exiting napa towards sacramento over the next hour. pretty health healthy wall of
news is next, i'm cheryl jennings. >> from all of us here, we >>> this is "world news." tonight, home run. the price of your homes starting to surge. tonight, we show you the hottest market and what a difference a year can make for one hard-hit street. >>> holiday heat. is this about to be the hottest year ever? joggers in central park, t-shirts in chicago, december dandelions where there should be
jennings. i was caught in that with thousands when the golden gate bridge was shutdown. katie marzullo was also in that big mess. it was really bad northbound. >> reporter: it was. we were stuck in it as well. take a look now, northbound and southbound traffic on the golden gate bridge moving freely in both directions would have been a sight for sore eyes something commuters this morning probably never thought they would see again as they sat in bumper-to-bumper traffic. video from sky 7 hd if you can see through the thick fog and rain this morning, two white cars in the far right lanes of northbound traffic at vista point, they hit, head-on. miraculously chp says own minor injuries they couldn't tell me how many were injured. they cannot confirm bad weather played a role. you can see how low visibility was and how slick the roads were. now look at the toll on the bridge this is the tallout. this accident happened after -- this is the fallout accident happened after 8:00 this morning traffic complete stop northbound for at least one hour two lanes of southbound traffic closed as well,
grateful. from the san francisco police department from greg sir to denise flair erty and cheryl jennings and the girl friday and kept us moving all day and to the communications that we got the word out through the media and laura who kept us moving today and financial support. if you read about the justice department in the paper you know we can't pay for anything. when people come to my office quite literally i can't give them coffee. people think the government is high flying and i am here to tell you it's not true. there was support for this event and we couldn't be more grateful to the people that made this possible and the rosenberg foundation and they are here, the san francisco foundation and dr. sander herself and a round of applause, the california endowment and others provided tremendous financial support so thank you very much for that. [applause] . we really do appreciate it and the cohost and mary lee and tom torque son and who you met this morning and our next panel is planning for student safety opportunity and success and planning for action around the bay. our mod
jennings. highway patrol announced suspects are in custody accused of robbing toll takers on the carquinez bridge. terry mcsweeney joins us live. >> reporter: they just announced three suspects are in custody for the crime spree that began in the fall last year to the spring of this year all suspects from vallejo. this happened carquinez bridge toll chp says the three in custody would drive up to the booths, usually show weapons, demand money and off they would go. complicating the investigation they wore ski masks and driving stolen cars. i asked how they found the suspects? >> it has been a year and a half long investigation. i work with vallejo police and figured out who were the car thiefs in vallejo and figured out who was who and we had evidence and the evidence was submitted and went from there. >> reporter: the three men are 30-year-old chris miller, 43-year-old robert white, 47-year-old david morales, tied to three of the 10 robberies that occurred. the entire 10 robberies netted $ ,000. according -- netted $6,000. according to the investigators, more arrests are expected. terry m
of autos belonging to dozens. good morning i'm cheryl jennings. >>> and i'm kristen sze this morning more victims are coming forward to tell a shocking story we reported first last night. people losing their cars after trusting a consignment center that suddenly shutdown. amy hollyfield is live at what was sunnyvale motors. >> reporter: of course, all of those car owners are victims. this guy is surrounded by auto body businesses. he would take the used cars to them, literally a horseshoe around him of different garages now many of them are also victims. car owners are still showing up looking for their cars. john says his mercedes is gone, a very expensive car. how much was the car worth? >> $40,000. >> reporter: this company took luxury cars on consignment, owners signed away the title and sunnyvale motor cars promised to sell them. the car lot is now empty, people's cars are no where to be found. >> seemed to be a nice guy when he wanted something. i didn't have a lot of involvement with him. very harbd to -- it was very hard to get paid. >> reporter: brandon stopped doing business wit
. good morning i'm cheryl jennings. >>> and i'm kristen sze this morning more victims are coming forward to tell a shocking story we reported first last night. people losing their cars after trusting a consignment center that suddenly shutdown. amy hollyfield is live at what was sunnyvale motors. >> reporter: of course, all of those car owners are victims. this guy is surrounded by auto body businesses. he would take the used cars to them, literally a horseshoe around him of different garages now many of them are also victims. car owners are still showing up looking for their cars. john says his mercedes is gone, a very expensive car. how much was the car worth? >> $40,000. >> reporter: this company took luxury cars on consignment, owners signed away the title and sunnyvale motor cars promised to sell them. the car lot is now empty, people's cars are no where to be found. >> seemed to be a nice guy when he wanted something. i didn't have a lot of involvement with him. very harbd to -- it was very hard to get paid. >> reporter: brandon stopped doing business with him, because he didn't li
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or cheryl jennings try coming out. >> heaviest of the rain over by 5:00 tomorrow morning. the longer you can wait to see us, the better off you will be. good morning. coming up on 4:48. embarcadero dry, breezes are light as palm trees are holding still as most flags. doppler is dry, sitting, waiting for that next storm to move in from the northwest, it will get it even when its 150 miles out we will see it before it gets to your neighborhood. clouds and fog north bay valleys, central valley rain now moving from seattle down to the north bay better part of 13 to 14 hours fast moving storm that is going to keep rainfall amounts down, low. let's talk about what is going on right now, 30s and 40s inland, 40s and 50s bay, not as mild as it was yesterday low to mid 40s monterey bay. more clouds, cooler conditions today, once the sunsets rain will start moving into the north bay and slide across neighborhoods tonight, isolated shower possible tomorrow afternoon, frosty mornings are on the way. today, temperatures mainly in the upper 50s to low 60s, east bay and south bay and valleys probably the wa
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'm cheryl jennings. >>> and i'm kristen sze. deputies are sweeping the school after a bomb threat was discovered at lynnbrook in san jose. monte vista and lincoln schools are both closed. >> reporter: check out the scene behind me this is as far as we can get. they've still got the roads shutdown. they got call about a threat at:39 in morning. they shutdown two -- 6:39 this morning. they shutdown two schools, brought in bomb handlers and bomb sniffing dogs. this is -- graffiti at lynnbrook high saying a bomb has been placed at monte vista high in cupertino intend to kill a teacher. many students say they know him and like him. >> that's the shocking part he's one of the nicest teachers at our school. >> i was so surprised it was him. to me, personally, i would think it is a mistake. a lot of people don't like him, i don't know why. i don't think anybody would actually end up like planting a bomb. >> reporter: investigators say they can't be too sure. they shutdown monte vista high for the day along with lincoln because it is next door and the streets and the two schools. they are
jennings. >>> and i'm kristen sze breaking news from newtown connecticut. another school has been closed. classes are cancelled today after an unspecified threat. when parents arrive to drop off kids they phone the driveway blocked. no one was allowed on campus. -- police say it is precautionary and they anticipated threats. this comes as students head back class for the first time since the sandy hook tragedy. katie marzullo is live with new details. >> reporter: >> reporter: you could call adam lanza's murder of his mother overkill he shot her four tiles in the head she was fund in her pajamas in dead. adam was diagnosed with as spergers looking into -- asperger's looking into whether he was correctly diagnosed. as one funeral ended another began. families exchanged condolences as one left and the other arrived. 6-year-old james loved math and recess. james said he didn't want presents for christmas he just wanted money to buy his grandfather a new coffee mug. 6-year-old jessica horses and was anxiously awaiting her 10th birthday when her parents said she could have one. >> i can compr
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